On 06/21/11 10:04, Glenn Meadows wrote:
> Hello "group".
> I have a very odd problem. We've just moved our mail from an outside
> host to a newly installed Surge server. I've run Surge at other
> companies for years, and never run into this problem, and it's REALLY
> STRANGE. I would hope that some of you might have seen this, or have
> some inkling of what/where I should look for some obscure setting that
> needs to be changed.
> The problem occurs ONLY on one persons phone (of course it's the owner).
> When mail is sent from ANY account on the main server, either via a
> connected client (Thunderbird), or other peoples phones, mail ONLY to
> his phone, shows up with a time stamp of 12/31/1969, and thus ends up at
> the far end of his mail list. Mail from OUTSIDE servers conneting to us,
> and mail to him, shows up properly, time stamped correctly.
> The mail from internal generated mail, arrives in ALL other clients
> (webmail, Thunderbird, etc), with the PROPER time stamp. ONLY the mail
> arriving on HIS phone, a Motorola Android based phone, does this problem
> ANY pointers/ideas/solutions would be helpful.
> As a test, I put a forward on his Surgemail to forward to his Gmail
> account, and the time stamp IS correct there as well.
> Only when POP retrieve from the Surge server is it messed up.
> <ARGH!!!!!> <sigh>.
> Thoughts? Anyone?
My wife has an Android and uses IMAP for retreival and it's time stamped
LCR Computer Services, Inc.